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Tuesday morning forecast November 3rd

A nice onshore push brought low level clouds and dense fog to areas near the coast line. This will gradually clear with partly cloudy to mostly clear skies and overall cooler conditions. As we favor offshore trends into mid-week this will bring warmer temperatures and stronger winds especially on Thursday. A more significant cooling trend will begin on Friday and into the weekend.

Daytime highs along the coast will be in the 60s to 70s. While interior valleys and mountains warm in the low to mid 80s. By Wednesday the offshore flow will allow max temperatures to warm an additional 5 to 8 degrees. Winds are expected to get stronger on Thursday but at this time models indicate sub-advisory conditions. With winds likely to range from 15 to 25 mph and gusts up to 35 mph.

A major change in the forecast will arrive on Friday as temperatures cool 10 to 20 degrees for the coastal and inland areas. The cold air coming down from the north will bring gusty northerly winds along the Central Coast. Breezy and cooler conditions will persists into the weekend. With a very slight chance of rain over the mountains on Saturday.

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